Ogilvy & Mather Thailand release new "Silence of Love" commercial for Thai Life Insurance

ThaiLife1.jpgOgilvy & Mather Thailand has released a new Thai Life Insurance 3 minute commercial which is getting noticed around Thailand. As with previous Thai Life Insurance spots in the campaign this "Silence of Love" is full of sentiment and emotion.


Credits - Executive Creative Director: Korn Tepintarapiraksa. Copywriters: Korn Tepintarapiraksa, Rudee Surapongraktrakool, Kris Spindler. Art Director: Korn Tepintarapiraksa. Agency Producer: Yuthapong Varanukrohchocke. Account Supervisor: Morrakot Rieanthong. Account Manager: Phawit Chitrakorn, Chaowalit Vichayachakorn, Thitima Liangpanich. Planner: Vanich Jirasuwankij, Nuntaporn Laoruangroj. Director: Thanonchai Sornsrivichai.


Anonymous said:

Awesome. So true.

Anonymous said:

If the dad is mute and deaf, how he know that his girl collapsed in the room? Food for thought.

Anonymous said:

very touchy, like this a lot

Anonymous said:

Last time use Disabilities Kids this time use Deaf Dad....What's next ?

shafarina said:

a very good production.

Linda said:

Very emotional piece of production it made me cry! I think it's a little too much for an advert, would make a good film. But still, great work.

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